- Flower nameFittonia verschaffeltii
- Scientific nameF. albivenis ‘verschaffeltii’
- Aliasフィットニア, 紅網目草、, Fittonia verschaffeltii, Fittonia
- Place of originhorticultural variety
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Ornamental plants
- Flowering seasonSeptember, October, November, December
What is Fittonia verschaffeltii
Fittonia verschaffeltii, (scientific name: F. albivenis 'Verschaffeltii') is a horticultural variety of Fittonia albivenis which is a perennial herb in the family Acanthaceae native to Peru, and has a dark-green background with a red reticulation pattern. Similarly, it is called Fittonia albivenis (scientific name: F. albivenis 'Argyroneura'), which has a white reticulation on a dark-green background.
Common name: Fittonia verschaffeltii, scientific name: F. albivenis 'Verschaffeltii'', alias: Fittonia, Origin: Horticultural species, native to the Peruvian rainforest, Life type: creeping evergreen perennial, Grass height: 15 cm, Leaf shape: ovoid, leaf color: green with red veins on a green background, leaf length: 7-10 cm, flower color: light yellow, Inflorescence: Square prismatic spike, in the form of a flower, Flower diameter: 0.5 cm, flowering season: September-December, Uses: houseplants, potted plants, ground cover.